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Taking Back The America We Knew

President-elect Joe Biden’s promise to reverse the vanquished Donald Trump’s destructive attempt to demolish the post-World War II world order based on America’s support for the principles of cooperative internationalism, has come as music to the ears of Amricans

Abetment to suicide: A slippery section of the law

A recent case in Haryana confirms that abetment to suicide is a very dubious section. In many cases, causes of suicide are psychological and societal and should be dealt with accordingly and legal tests should be used before prosecution.

Throwing open commercial coal mining without a watchdog in place

The recent amendment on reform in the coal sector allows, for the first time, private industrialists to mine coal without any end utilisation limitations. However, some questions remain. By Shivan...

Covid-19 vaccination: Who gets it first when everyone has an equal right to it?

While framing the rules, the government has to keep in mind that health is a fundamental human right, which has as its prerequisites social justice and equality. It should be accessible to all. Legal provisions are in place.

Legal jargon in India

Our legislation, legal pleadings, documents, agreements, sale deeds, insurance contracts are lengthy, ridden with jargon and confusing. We in India must join the plain language movement.

Kerala social media ordinance: Should such a law not be the Centre’s prerogative?

The Kerala government may have decided not to implement the controversial amendment related to cyberspace, but the debate whether such laws should be the sole prerogative of the centre remains alive.

UP Police officer breaks SC ban on revealing rape victim names

In a recent case of alleged rape and murder of two minors, a UP police officer revealed the names of the victims, violating a Supreme Court order against such acts. Many news outlets also published the names.

Kunal Kamra Controversy: Comedy As Dissent

By Inderjit Badhwar In this issue of India Legal (November 30, 2020), the piece de resistance is the double feature penned separately by Judge Kamaljit Garewal and Advocate Jayant Tripathi on the ...

Delhi High Court order to reserve 80 percent of ICU beds for coronavirus patients takes new realities into account

In a laudable order, the Delhi High Court has asked 33 private hospitals to reserve 80 percent of ICU beds for coronavirus patients. It vacated an earlier stay, noting that the ground reality had “radically changed”.

Vice-Chancellors: Caught between accountability and autonomy

Recent actions against a number of vice-chancellors raise the question of whether disciplinary proceedings impinge upon the autonomy and academic freedom of central universities.

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